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TPUSA Member Tells Fox News He ‘Came Out’ as Conservative and Acquaintances ‘Disowned’ Him

Turning Point USA member, Rob Smith, a black, homosexual veteran of New York, has damaged the mildew of what makes a conservative; consequently, a few of his acquaintances have ‘disowned’ him on account of his unusual political viewpoints as a minority.

He has spoken about “coming out” as a Republican and why he helps “Blexit.” Blexit, the Black Exit motion, based by Candace Owens desires to “free” black voters from the trite marriage of blacks and the Democratic occasion. Along with the assistance of Kanye West, amongst different black conservatives, Blexit hopes to give attention to the 2020 elections and maintain rallies in each main American metropolis that has been “hurt” by Democratic insurance policies.

In spite of being a black conservative, Rob Smith, says he’s aiming to open the mindsets of black voters, although his detractors have mentioned he has aligned himself with white supremacists.

“Most Americans are really into coming together as Americans and not knowing politics should not divide us the way it does,” Smith mentioned.

TPUSA Member Tells Fox News He 'Came Out' as Conservative and Acquaintances 'Disowned' Him
Rob Smith fought to have “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” repealed as a result of he believed there could be a day when all troopers may serve and be open about who they’re. Now, he is open about being a conservative as a result of he believes there will probably be a future when everybody may be open about their political views no matter their pores and skin shade or sexual orientation. Rob Smith

Smith is a product of a liberal working-class household of Ohio, however after he serving 5 years within the United States Army, as an Infantryman and deployed to each Kuwait and Iraq, he discovered himself pushed away from “left-wing outrage.” He introduced his #WalkAway second in May.

Rob Smith tweeted, “Democrats want me to find empowerment in victimhood, but as a veteran, I was NEVER a victim. It is time for me to #WalkAway.”

Since his declaration of Blexit, he has turned his identification right into a model, contributes commentary for Turning Point USA, and seems as a visitor on Fox News periodically.

He didn’t vote within the 2016 election and previous to the mass taking pictures of the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando was a member of the Democratic Party. His change of coronary heart trickled right down to the technique of encouraging political events to “work” for the black vote. By ditching the stereotypical political paths of African Americans and LGBTQ folks, he desired to alter or at the least query the best way minorities vote and suppose.

Smith informed Newsweek in December 2018, “I know that five, 10, 20, 25 years from now, me being out as an openly gay conservative, an openly gay and black conservative will open doors for this to not be as shocking and surprising to people. It will open doors to people being unafraid to be open about their political beliefs in their own lives regardless of their skin color or their sexual orientation.”

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